[size=30]Parliamentary of Abdul-Mahdi: End your term with a historic decision[/size]
Al-Ahed News - Baghdad
Representative Alia Nassif, the American bombing that targeted the headquarters of the Popular Mobilization in Anbar Province, condemned the demand of the head of the Tasrif government for a historic decision concluding his mandate.
Nassif said, in a statement received by Al-Ahd News, a copy of it, today, Monday, that "the bombing of the 45th and 46th Hashd brigades by the American forces is a crime against our security forces stationed on the border that have nothing to do with international conflicts or internal problems, and their mission is only Protecting borders and preventing ISIS infiltration into Iraq, asking, "What is the fault of Iraq if America wants to settle its accounts with Iran? And why are the forces of the Popular Mobilization being targeted despite the great sacrifices made by the crowd in the liberation battles and by the recognition of the international community?"
She added, "What is required today from the caretaker Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is a historic decision concluding his mandate, which is to submit a request to cancel the (Iraqi - American) agreement, submit a complaint to the Security Council regarding this blatant attack, and call the ambassadors of countries that support the American attack and expel them." Immediately, with the necessity of contracting with the Russian side to purchase an air defense system, "asking the President of the Republic and the Speaker of Parliament to" condemn this aggression and express their clear stance towards targeting brigades belonging to the popular crowd that made sacrifices in the war against ISIS. "
Nassif called on the demonstrators and the sit-in protestors to demonstrate in Baghdad and all the provinces, to "express their rejection of this crime and reject any American tendencies to target the crowd and security forces, mercy to our innocent martyrs, the speedy recovery of the wounded, and the shame and shame of the murderous criminals."